Leap Motion has announced a deal with major PC maker HP that will embed the gesture control technology inside some of its leading products.
Shanghai, China — Printers generally don't spark much excitement. Most modern printers already do triple duties printing, scanning and copying, so who cares for another paper-feeding machine? Well, the Officejet 150 has one thing going for it that most other printers don't: it's portable.
Shanghai, China — The HP t410 is not an Ultrabook or a Sleekbook. It's an all-in-one computer that's fundamentally different from an iMac or an HP Omni 27 and that's because it requires no power plug.
Shanghai, China — It's tough being an Ultrabook right now. You're either a MacBook Air clone or a confused laptop masquerading as a new breed of mobile notebook. In a sea of wedge-shaped Ultrabooks, the HP Sceptre XT feels like the first one that really stands on its own without coming off as a copycat laptop.
Shanghai, China — Intel and its PC partners have been busy flooding the market with "Ultrabooks" since last fall and now HP is bringing another contender into the ring: the Sleekbook. A what? HP is pioneering yet another category of mobile PCs. Here's what a Sleekbook is, plain and simple.
Lasers really are the future of pretty much everything, including computer chips. HP has been experimenting with photonically-interconnected microprocessors that promise to eventually be able to increase the processing power of today's fastest supercomputers by a factor of a hundred.
The universe is still intact — the PC one — at least. After announcing it's not spinning off its PC business, HP is back in the saddle and ready to battle again with its HP Omni 27 — an all-in-one PC with a gigantic 27-inch HD display, Beats audio and a price that Apple can't compete with.
The best news of the week is that HP is NOT killing off webOS. After months of deliberation, HP announced that it will release webOS as an open source platform and will continue to be a active player in developing and support the platform. That's great news for Touchpad owners!
For a limited time, HP will be bringing back its 16GB and 32GB Touchpad with webOS operating system this coming Sunday in its eBay store. The fine print: the Touchpads are refurbished units. But ladies, fellas, they're $99 and $149, respectively.
When Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman stated that it was going to keep making PCs and that it needs to be in the tablet business, releasing a successor to the Slate wasn't exactly what we had in mind. Tossing in a stylus doesn't rosy things up for the Slate 2 either.